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from this afternoon we receive the error in question from the api, without having changed anything after several months of use. Anyone have an idea why?

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Error-Code 3040006's message is "Transaction Expiration Too Far"

What kind of client (cleos, eos-js, eos-sharp?) and what kind of network (EOS-mainnet, Telos, Wax?) are you using?

Default maximum transaction lifetime is 3600 seconds, therefore if expiration exceeds this maximum, you will get this error.

Here are the things I would do:

  1. Check if there are there any problems with the time on the machine(s) the transaction is sent from
  2. Check the transaction-expiration-field of the transaction(s).
  3. If you are using a private network, check if max-transaction-lifetime is set to a different value
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  • Thanks for the reply. The client is eos-js, the network the EOS-mainnet. We checked the server date and it's ok, and the transaction-expiration-field hasn't been changed, it's under 30 seconds
    – Marco
    Jan 19, 2021 at 7:38
  • Have you tried pushing the transactions to a different node?
    – cmadh
    Jan 19, 2021 at 19:02

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